“Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn
At rtCamp we are striving to bring that positive change, which impacts lives of millions of users who are/will be using our products.
Its about 8 months since rtPanel was launched and we have more than 8500 downloads. We have been constantly getting user feedback, criticism, appreciation and suggestions. Considering user demands and current technology trends we decided to do some major changes in rtPanel Framework to make it more quality oriented and to enhance the user experience.
Quick WordPress Approval:
Surprisingly rtPanel version 2.1 is approved in less than 10 hours by WordPress theme review team as there were no errors reported. Now, the new version is available for users to download.
Below are the changes in this major release:
- New Look: The default design has been improved with more polished look, better icons and styles.
- 960gs: The new version is developed over 960 grid system. It will ensure the better visibility and control in all screen resolutions
- HTML5 and CSS3: We are following the technology trends and hence now new release will support HTML5 and CSS3 to make it more browser friendly and light.The framework should be minimal and hence we have removed some non-essential CSS files and made the framework more robust; with cleaner CSS. Now overriding of parent CSS in child themes would be easier.
- Responsive Design: This release is also a responsive design, which will support (render equally good) iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android, tabs and BlackBerry Mobile Devices.
- bbPress Support: Unlike old version, new version will have the bbPress support as well. It means that rtPanel users can have forums on their site.
Please note that as its a major release; CSS may break since we moved to HTML5 markup and added 960gs grid support. If you face any difficulty, please feel free to contact our Support Forum, we would always be there to answer your concerns.
We will soon release a small version for WordPress 3.4 features’ support. So stay tuned. 🙂